Friday Sermon: “Be a man of God” by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community from Nagoya, Japan


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Hazrat Khalifatul Masih delivered today’s sermon from Nagoya, Japan.

Khalifa-e-Khamis (Khalifatul Masih the V), Huzoor-e-anwar, Hazrath Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Amir al-Mu’minin (leader of the faithful)… ayyadahullahu ta‘ala bi nasrihil ‘aziz (May Allah assist him with His Mighty help and Allah grant him a long life).

Huzoor (aba) said with the grace of God he is enabled to directly address the Japanese Jama’at after approximately seven years. With the grace of God like some other Jama’ats in the world, the Japanese Jama’at is also a progressive Jama’at. It is advancing in sincerity and loyalty and in financial giving. However, its members should always remember never to assume that they are advancing, growing in numbers, are enhancing in financial giving and have now purchased this new place which will be sufficient for their needs for many years to come. Huzoor said he would later give details of the new place but said that it is large and adequate for offering Salat in terms of the current numbers of the Jama’at and would also be adequate to hold Jalsa Salana for some time, there will also be space for offices. It also houses a guest house and a mission house. For this the Japanese Jama’at has made great financial sacrifices, but it should always be remembered that its rightful due will be paid when whatever the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) imparted to us, which is essential for a true Muslim, will be acted upon.

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